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Hello,

we migrated a SBS2011 AD to a new Windows 2012 Server Standard.
Now I want to clean up some unneeded Things from the SBS Inviroment like the Update Settings since we don't use WSUS anymore.
What do I have to take care about, are there any tools you'd suggest to use?
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Cliff Galiher earned 2000 total points
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SBS streamlines setup and puts wizards in front of standard tools, but it actually does very little to AD itself, so there aren't SBS-specific things that need to be cleaned up or tools to use. WSUS is configured by group policy so undoing those changes is the same as it would be of SBS were never on the network. Given the broad nature of the question, specific tools can't really be recommended.
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Thank you for this fast response :-)
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